Lindsay Lohan poses for Hunger Magazine

Actress and Model Lindsay Lohan looks extraordinary while posing topless for her latest photo-shoot.

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In several other images from this photo shoot the 28-year-old bad girl is wearing nothing but a sweatshirt, the risqué images where shot by Rankin for Hunger magazine. Sitting with just the sweat shirt on and her legs spread open with high heels on, Lindsey manages to accomplish one of her racier looks so far.

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The photo shoots accompanies an interview features in the We’ve Got Issues, issue from Editor-in-Chief Rankin. In an article for the magazine the troubled Hollywood actress speaks about what it’s like to grow up in the limelight, she also talks about her troubled past and gives the impression that she is in a great place in her life now.

Lindsay said to the publication, “I’m much happier here. I love New York too, but it’s too late for me. I’ve seen pretty much all there is to see. I don’t need to see it all over again. The last time I went to LA it was my friend’s birthday and we went to this karaoke place. It was the same people, the same faces, nothing had changed. It felt very unevolved. I’ve seen so much in the past three years and I’m ready to put to bed the reason I had to stay in LA – my court stuff, the community service. No one thought I was going to finish. My dad didn’t think I was going to finish. And if I didn’t, they were going to give me jail time. I was like of course I’m going to finish.”

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Lindsay Lohan can be found in the February 2015 edition of Hunger Magazine

 

Lindsay also discusses her latest app, The Price Of Fame, in which you can take on the life of a celebrity – but she admits that being a celebrity has come at a price for her. She said, “I started when I was three years old, then I was doing soap opera when I was seven or eight. I’ve been doing this for so long that it’s different now. We didn’t use to have Twitter and stuff. Now the price that you pay is that your life is so much more viral. You can’t get away from it. ‘You have no privacy unless you choose to live your life a certain way. I went away and had treatment and tried to be private.”

 

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Michelle Hinojosa
Michelle Hinojosa writes and reports media for Popcrunch and is an active member in the LBGT community. She is a graduate of Washington State University with degree's in Social Services, English, History and Psychology.